A Phoenix-area group is looking to help families turn over a new leaf and change their lives for the better.
The charity, by no coincidence, is called A New Leaf. It looks to pair families who need a helping hand with tools and services that will help them gain financial independence for a lifetime.
The group operates at more than 20 locations across the Valley and offers numerous services — domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, affordable housing, youth and foster care services and job training, to name a few.
Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes will host A New Leaf’s Camaraderie Gala on Saturday night to benefit domestic violence and homeless shelters.
A New Leaf accepts donations online.
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